The Cardigans are an American punk band from Bokeham, Connecticut, formed in 1986 by Jenny Cardin and Karl Michael Olsen. They signed to A&M Records in 1989 and released their self-titled debut album in 1990. They went on to become well-established in the alt-rock scene, releasing four more albums before disbanding in 1998.
Wonder is a female American singer, songwriter, musician, and actress. She grew up in Oakland, California and studied occupational therapy at the University of Pennsylvania, graduating in 2000. Damita Jo (Wonder) is an American singer-songwriter born on April 29, 1976. Wonder began her career as a singer-songwriter in 2000, and achieved mainstream success with her second studio album, A Day in the Life of Mariah Carey (2001). She was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary R&B Album for this album. This was her only nomination.
Monè is a American rapper, singer, songwriter, dancer, film producer and actress. She was the president of LaFace Records from 1997-1998, at the time of the release of her debut studio album, In My Mind, which was released in March 1998 and produced by Jermaine Dupri. Her debut single from the album was "On Time," which became a hit single in the UK, peaking at number 12 and selling over 200,000 copies. The song was also a hit in Australia and New Zealand, peaking at numbers 11 and 6 respectively. The album also produced hits for other international performers including Nelly (who covered the song on his third album Nellyville (1998)).
Moné took part in the BET reality competition, Power of the Next. After finishing third with a majority of the public vote, Moné became the first runner-up. Paty Lucena also won the competition with a majority of the public vote. Facing an act that has reached great success, the Elephants Head's Chattering Grief had a tough antagonistic task. d2c66b5586